CATALOG - Rhabdosphaera piriformis

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Current identification/main database link: Blackites piriformis (Pavsic in Khan et al., 1975) Aubry, 1999

Compiled data

Citation: Rhabdosphaera piriformis Khan, Pavlovec & Pavsic 1975
Rank: Species
Type locality: Yugoslavia
Type age (chronostrat): Middle Cuisian [Eocene]
Standardised type level: 100_EOCENE
Type repository: Ljubljana Univ, Inst Geol Pal
Repository Country: Slovenia
Farinacci catalog page (& compiler): 13201
Language: EN
Current citation: Blackites piriformis (Pavsic in Khan et al., 1975) Aubry, 1999


Khan, M. R., Pavlovec, R. & Pavsic, J. (1975). Eocene microfossils from Podgrad. Geologija. 18: 9-60. gs


Rhabdosphaera piriformis: Catalog entry compiled by Anna Farinacci. Viewed: 12-5-2021

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